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Ask Ethan Could Cosmic Redshift Be Caused By Galactic Motion

Ask Ethan Could Cosmic Redshift Be Caused By Galactic Motion

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The impressively huge galaxy cluster MACS J1149.5+223, whose light took over

An ultra-distant view of the Universe shows galaxies moving away from us at extreme speeds. At those distances, galaxies appear more numerous, smaller, ...

This image shows SDSS J0100+2802 (center), the brightest quasar in the early Universe. It's light comes to us from when the Universe was only 0.9 billion ...

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According to the tired light hypothesis, the number of photons-per-second we receive from each object drops proportional to the square of its distance, ...

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... followed by subsequently more detailed, but also uncertain, observations. Hubble's graph clearly shows the redshift-distance relation with superior data ...

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... the redshift caused by the so-called galaxies movement mentioned in our second possibility above. Therefore, this problem can be explained from the ...

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Ask Ethan: Could 'Cosmic Redshift' Be Caused By Galactic Motion, Rather Than Expanding Space?

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Galaxy movement is only a superficial phenomenon, and the expansion of space is the root cause.

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Columbia astrophysicists have discovered 12 black hole-low mass binaries orbiting Sgr A* at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

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Fig.2: The left side of the image taken by the X-ray Chandra telescope simultaneously with the horizon telescope and the right side of the image taken by ...

Fire wheel: The Milky Way system, called galaxis, resembles a gigantic spiral with an estimated 200 billion stars. One of them is our sun.

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The distant Universe, as viewed here through the plane of the Milky Way, consists of stars and galaxies, as well as opaque gas and dust, going back as far ...

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The differences between a motion-only based explanation for redshift/distances (dotted line) and General Relativity's (solid) predictions for distances in ...

It's not that simple galaxies move red, but the space between us and the galaxies is expanding, causing a red shift.

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